- Paper submission form
- About EmboSS 2018 (Dec 5-6, 2018)
The 2nd International Symposium on Embodied-Brain Systems Science (EmboSS 2018) is an international forum for researchers to present their researches and share their ideas. Researchers who address Embodied-Brain Systems Science from Biological and physiological fields, System Engineering and Applied Mathematics, and Rehabilitation disciplines are welcomed.
- Topics include, but are not limited to, the following tracks:
– Biological and physiological experiments of human and animals
– Modeling of brain and body dynamics
– Construction and experiments on artificial systems by utilizing robotic technologies
- Important Dates
Abstract submission: Oct. 31, 2018 (11:59 pm GMT-9)
Notification of acceptance: Nov. 10, 2018
Conference: Dec. 5-6, 2018
Venue: Senri Life Science Center, Osaka, Japan
Submit your paper: (Deadline: Oct. 31, 2018 11:59 pm GMT-9)
- Presentation style:
All accepted papers will be presented as poster presentation.
- Poster size:
Width 90cm × Height 210cm
- Template for submission:
Authors are invited to submit a paper (extended abstract, strictly 1 page) to the symposium.
All manuscripts must be written in English and should be prepared in the double-column manuscript template for the proceedings.
- Submission of Papers
All papers need to be submitted electronically in PDF format from the submission form.
The copyrights to accepted articles are transferred to the 2nd International Symposium on Embodied-Brain Systems Science (EmboSS 2016).
Authors should agree to transfer copyright before the submission.
(Please check the checkbox on the submission form)
The papers submitted to this symposium will be reviewed by international experts in different areas of neuroscience, system engineering and rehabilitation medicine.
Invited Speakers[ Invited Talk 1 ]
Dr. Paolo Dario
Professor, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
Dr. Etienne Burdet
Professor, Imperial College London
Dr. Sten Grillner
Professor, Karolinska Institutet
Dr. Peter Strick
Professor,University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Trevor Drew
Professor, Université de Montréal
[ Invited Talk 6 ]
Dr. Mark Hallett
Senior Investigator, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Program at a glance
Speaker: Dr. Jun Ota
Model-based rehabilitation: a new era of rehabilitation
Motor and frontoparietal network: Anatomical and functional basis for neuro-rehabilitation
|15 min break||15 min break|
|Picture & Lunch||Picture & Lunch|
Muscle synergy: gait, posture and upper limb control and synergy-based rehabilitation
Neuro-rehabilitation: from pathophysiology to real application
|15 min break||15 min break|
Poster Session 1 with coffee
Dr. Jun Ota
Poster session information
To be announced.
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Registration Types and Fees
|Early registration fee
(Until Sep 30 JST(GMT+9))
|Late registration fee
(From Oct 1 to Oct 31 JST(GMT+9)）
|Student||13,000 JPY||17,000 JPY||17,000 JPY|
|Non-Student||25,000 JPY||35,000 JPY||35,000 JPY|
The early/late registration fee can be paid by credit cards; and the on-site registration fee is to be paid only by cash (JPY).
General & Program Co-chair: Akira Murata, Kindai University
Publicity Chair: Kei Mochiduki, Kindai University
Publication Chair: Satoshi Hirose, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Local Arrangement Chair: Tsuyoshi Ikegami, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Secretariat: Kaoru Amemiya, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Jun Ota, The University of Tokyo
Eichi Naito, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Shinichi Izumi, Tohoku University
Toshiyuki Kondo, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Hiroshi Imamizu, The University of Tokyo
Kazuhiko Seki, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry
Kaoru Takakusaki, Asahikawa Medical University
Hajime Asama, The University of Tokyo
Nobuhiko Haga, The University of Tokyo
Yoshikazu Shinoda, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Eichi Saito, Fujita Health University
Koji Ito, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
Paolo Dario, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna